When I was a kid
I wanted to grow up to be
a cartoonist for the Walt Disney Company.
I loved to draw
and drawing figures that would
be animated seemed like great work.
I'd try and draw flip books.
Now you can do it on the computer
using stop motion.
So here is my latest applique
not done with fancy computer work
just a lot of needle turn.
Scroll down quickly and
see how my tree grows.
How's that for fast work!
That tree is absolutely fabulous. You do such amazing work!ReplyDelete
Yikes! I know that was not fast! Beautiful work.ReplyDelete
Wow!! That is beautiful. HugsReplyDelete
Yeah, not fast at all with the needlework! Really great looking tree though!ReplyDelete
Magic! Lol wish my appliqué went on so fast. Looks fabulous, I love the fabric you're using.ReplyDelete
That is an amazing tree!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! looks fast but I know only too well that was a lot of applique. Great illusion :)ReplyDelete
fun flip book!ReplyDelete
i love your tree. Turned out great. Is that an original pattern?
What a tree! I love the way you did that!!ReplyDelete
Cool I have never seen that method of applique before, do you just trim the fabric as you go? Does look quick, LOL!ReplyDelete
How clever!! That was fun - do another, do another!!ReplyDelete
All those tiny curves to stitch. You did well! Cute post today.ReplyDelete
Beautiful tree. I remember making these trees for Kim's Flower Garden quilt. Not easy.ReplyDelete
It looks amazing!ReplyDelete
I remember flip books!!!ReplyDelete
Is your tree from one of Kim Mclean's patterns? It looks like one in the Roseville Album quilt.